2nd Annual TCMS Cheerleading COLOR Run/Walk

Come join the fun and participate in the 2015 Color Me With Cheer 5K Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, May 16th at the Thomas County Middle School.  Click here for more information and registration form.

Mrs. Marnee's Kindergarten Class Receives 1st Place


Mrs. Marnee Stone’s Kindergarten Technology Team competed in the Media Festival in Camilla on March the 19th.  The team won first place in the K– 2 division.  The students created a webpage using web 2.0 tools entitled “Mrs. Marnee’s Class Shapes the World”.   This project incorporated a stem activity that allowed the students to create a 3D shape that would support the most weight.  Students built 3D shapes out of spaghetti and marshmallows.  They also created animals using different kinds of shapes. (From Left to Right:  Calen Wallace, Xavier Glenn, EmmaJean Reeves, Carter Weiss, Back Row:  Reese Wright, Donovan Brinson, Mrs. Marnee Stone, Clay Johnson, not shown Allie Boyett)

 Hand-In-Hand Primary School


Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration

For Pre-K:

Register at Hand-In-Hand Primary School

Address: 4687 U. S. Hwy. 84 Bypass, (229) 225-3908

For Kindergarten:

Register at the Thomas County Board of Education

Address: 200 N. Pinetree Blvd., (229) 225-4380

Click Here For Registration Details:


Hand-in-Hand Names Teachers of the Year

Hand-In-Hand Primary School officials have named Staff of the Year for 2015.  (From left to right) Named are Teacher of the Year Keri Johnson, Support Staff of the Year Wade Banks, and Support Teacher of the Year Renee Davis.

Promoting Literacy Every Day!

Hand-In-Hand Primary School celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday with many fun activities throughout the week; Staff members presented the play The Cat in the Hat on stage for all students. The lunchroom served “green eggs and ham” and learning fun was had by everyone. (Staff pictured left to right): Julie Swann, Megan Lewis, Hanah Taylor, Valerie Boban, Lucy Thompson, and Elizabeth Maxwell.

Big Thanks to Teacher Harvest!

Hand-In-Hand Primary received a special delivery on Monday from Teacher Harvest in Valdosta. Each teacher in the school received a free YOOBI box of supplies to be used in the classroom for instruction. The YOOBI boxes included folders, markers, pencils, erasers, and pencil bags. The teachers and students were excited about their surprise delivery.

Pictured left to right are kindergarten teachers: Stephanie White, Carole Bevis, Keri Johnson, and Linda Ivey. Teachers are pictured with Danny Dukes, director of our local Second Harvest and Hannah Peverill from Teacher Harvest in Valdosta.

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